Yamaha FZ-X vs Yamaha FZ: Key differences

The Yamaha FZ-X, based on the popular FZ has made its India debut and ask a substantial premium over the motorcycle it is based on. Here we highlight the key differences between the two motorcycles

By Aditya Jadhav | on June 20, 2021 Follow us on Autox Google News

The Yamaha FZ-X, based on the popular FZ, has made its India debut and demands a substantial premium over the motorcycle it's based on. Here we highlight the key differences between the two motorcycles.

Yamaha has just introduced the FZ-X in India for Rs 1.17 lakh (ex-showroom). The motorcycle is largely based on the Yamaha FZ, but there are a few key differences between the new FZ-X and the street naked 150cc motorcycle.

Yamaha FZ X Metallic Blue Three Quarter Static

For starters, the FZ-X's styling is more in line with a retro-modern motorcycle. The styling changes include a new headlamp design and a relatively higher-set handlebar. The fuel tank also sports a new boxy design with butch body cladding. A slimmer fuel tank also means reduced capacity – it holds only 10 litres of fuel as opposed to 13-litres of the standard FZ and FZ-S.

Yamaha FZ Matte Black Three Quarter Static

The seat has been widened, and the rider seat height has been lifted by 20mm over the standard FZ. The seat height has been set at 810mm, which could be a little high for short riders. The FZ-X tips the scale at 139kg (kerb), which is 4kgs more than that of the standard FZ model.

Feature-wise, the FZ-X gets a negative LCD with a new instrument cluster layout. The motorcycle also gets Yamaha's connected app, which syncs the rider's smartphone via Bluetooth.

Yamaha FZ X Seat Details Static

That said, the FZ-X gets the same 149cc air-cooled single-cylinder motor that does duty on most Yamaha 150cc motorcycles. The power and torque figures are rated at 12.2bhp and 13.6Nm, respectively. The engine comes paired with a 5-speed transmission. The cycle parts between the FZ and the FZ-X are common. The FZ-X gets semi-block pattern tyres, which is more suitable for rough roads.

The base variant of the Yamaha FZ-X has been launched with two variants. The base model retails at Rs 1,16,800 (ex-showroom) – Rs 12,000 over the price of Yamaha FZ. The higher model, which comes equipped with Yamaha Motorcycle Connect, has been priced at Rs 1,19,800 (ex-showroom).

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